Have you ever read "Smart Couples Finish Rich" by David Bach? This book is one of the first personal finance books I can remember reading back in my early 20's. The book is copyrighted in 2001/2002, right after 9/11 and the tech crash of the early 2000's, so it's an interesting trip back through time. … Continue reading Smart Couples Finish Rich – David Bach
A few weeks ago we got back from our spring road trip. Three kids, ages 13, 9, and 1 at the time (now two!), many miles, and plenty of fun were all part of the week driving through New England. We started here in CT, and went to RI, MA, NH, VT, and NY (not … Continue reading Road Trip With Three Kids – Nurturing Passions, Family Financial Lessons, And Get A FREE Photo Book!
Today I have a very exciting interview for you, thanks to my friend Physician on FIRE. I had posted about this new series on the Rockstar Finance Forums, and asked if he might know anyone that would be a good person to interview. He reached out to an amazing person who comments over on both … Continue reading Six Figure, Breadwinning, Millionaire Moms – Hatton1
It's Money Mondays, and today I thought I'd weigh in with my experience in the "home ownership" vs. "renting" debate with my story. You see, I've been a homeowner with a mortgage since a few months after I turned 20 years old. I'm using "homeowner" a bit loosely here, since my first "home" was actually … Continue reading How I made $65k in Five Years by Buying Instead of Renting
Have you ever wondered if all the technology we use is spoiling us? Would things be better if we lived a simpler life, more like our ancestors did, with no electricity and no non-human or non-animal powered machines? That's the idea that Eric Brende explores in his book "Better Off - Flipping the Switch on … Continue reading Better Off – Flipping the Switch on Technology